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Primary Care | Accessible. Comprehensive. Patient-Centered.
For over 22 years, Neighborhood Health has provided access to high quality primary care to communities in Northern Virginia.
Neighborhood Health provides accessible, high quality, and patient-centered primary care to patients in Alexandria, Arlington, and Fairfax County. Our comprehensive model of primary care includes family medicine, internal medicine, and pediatrics as well as dental care, behavioral health, laboratory services, pharmacy assistance, HIV care, diabetes education, and medical and non-medical case management. We are accredited by the Joint Commission and a certified Primary Care Medical Home, coordinating care across the health care continuum. Our mission is to improve health and advance health equity in Alexandria, Arlington, and Fairfax by providing high quality primary care regardless of ability to pay. Our vision is that everyone in our community has the highest quality healthcare and the opportunity to attain their highest level of health.
Neighborhood Health offers a full range of primary care services for the whole family.
Improving Health and Advancing Health Equity
In partnership with our community, we have been working to expand access to health care in Northern Virginia for more than twenty years.
In 1994, the Alexandria Health Department opened a clinic in a small apartment, the Arlandria Clinic for Women and Children. After three years, the clinic became a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, Alexandria Neighborhood Health Services, Inc.
More than twenty-three years later, Neighborhood Health is a non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center that serves more than 30,000 patients in multiple clinics across Alexandria, Arlington, and Fairfax County.
It's hard to believe that it has been five months since the pandemic began in our area; it has been a challenging time for our staff and the patients we serve.
The brutal killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery have once again laid bare the legacy of racism, violence, marginalization, and injustice against Black Americans that has plagued our nation since before its inception. We at Neighborhood Health